In an unexpected turn of events, Nokia’s PureView 808 mobile phone wins one of MWC 2012’s most coveted prize, the Best New Mobile Handset, Device or Tablet! This award should is very significant with heavyweight competitors like HTC One X Quad-Core Android Phone in the roster because the jury that selected the winner was made by a panel of top journalists and tech analysts.
The Nokia PureView 808 made a great impact on the MWC 2012 event because it is the first smartphone to be equipped with a massive 41-megapixel camera sensor! All those fancy new Android phones, such as Sony Xperia Ion 4G LTE Android Smartphone, were only capable of owning a mere 8-megapixel up to 12MP cameras so therefore, the PureView 808 beat them and ran away with that ultimate award for best new product!
Proving that it still can produce revolutionary products, Nokia has showed that they still have what it takes to be a leader in the smartphone market. Surprisingly, despite already coming out with a Windows Phone 7 handset, Nokia opted to load the Nokia PureView 808 with Symbian’s Belle OS which is another insult to most other manufacturers at MWC 2012 like Sony, Samsung, HTC, and Huawei who all came trumpeting their latest Android OS phones.
The Nokia PureView 808’s 41-megapixel sensor is definitely a very amazing revelation. 99% of DSLR cameras in the market today can only dream of such a high resolution sensor. It even beat’s Nikon’s latest baby, the US$3,000 Nikon D800 which only comes with a 36.3 megapixel sensor. Damn it even outdated my friend’s Nikon D7000 DSLR camera which he only got this year. Nokia’s engineers feat really only proves that they can still crank out a ground-breaking product that defies the current fad for Android OS. No other camera or smartphone on the planet today can equal the sharpness of the PureView 808’s image quality output at this time.